On Sunday I spent a few hours at an outdoor antiques fair at Locust Grove, an historical farm, home and meeting facility just outside downtown Louisville. Here are just a few ideas for fall decorations that I wanted to bring home:
This hand-molded trough would look perfect with a few herbs that needed to come inside before the first frost:
This lovely green bottle/vase filled with a few burgundy/rust dried flowers and berries would be perfect on a side table or buffet:
And finally the surprise and my favorite idea--this loose bouquet of blooming field weeds, including goldenrod, ironweed (or maybe wild ageratum?) and pearly white. I'd risk sneezing for a day or two to enjoy this:
If you'd like to participate in the Two Weeks in Autumn Photo Challenge--and I hope you do--it's simple. Just grab your camera and take a photo of your interpretation of the day's subject. Post on your blog and then leave me a comment so I can visit you and include your link on the player's list below. Also, since some of the photo subjects may take a bit of planning thought I'd give you a few of them ahead of time.
September 28, Day 6 Subject - "Fall Reflections in Water"
September 29, Day 7 Subject - "Harvest Moon"
September 30, Day 8 Subject - "Fall Fun"